Between 1933 and 1945, more than 1200 feature films were shot in Germany. After the war, 300 films were forbidden by the Allies. Only 40 movies are still accessible under certain conditions. Dealing with them is difficult: should they be released, disposed of, or prohibited? 'Forbidden films' examines the Nazi films' effect today in Germany and abroad.
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